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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 21 August 1877

TRI-WEERLY EDITION. TSlMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Weekly One Yoar. - - -- - $4.00 44 " Six-montih. - 2.00 " " Throw rnonth. -- - - 1.00 tATES OF ADVElTISING. O ~S ro oo, in ert(on $1.00. For *aoh S(is actiti rtion' 50, Obitua rio" and Tri utos of Repeot charged for aR advertivoinents. Liberal diocount mado t or oontract advortiHonmenltb. -0 JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter IHead, Envelope Postora, CardR, Invitations, iokefAi, A-c. nontly oxecuted at this office,-CHEAP FO1 CA811. The "working men" of Ohio hav nominatqd a 8tate ticket. Its sup. porterg'W''il 1o 'sttikers and Com munists. The Massachusotts voter will have to choose between Rico and Gaston this year, as he did two years ago. Kentucky has electod a Dion0 cratic Stato trisu'rer by a hundred thousand majority, an increase of thirty thousand. If Ohio I lost, says the Now York Conmeroial Advertiser, "it will be in conequence of the ridiculous and crazy uttorings of Judge West and Stanley Matthews, "Brick" Pomnroy and Stanley Matthe...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 23 August 1877

TWINNSBORO, S. C., TH uRsDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1877 NEW ADYERTISEMENTS VANOY CARDS all new Etyles willi aie, l ita Paid. J. B. 111U8DED, Natisaut 2 n0118 County, New York. discRes of the iikin. 25c. per Cnie; box (3 enkes .7c.) Sent by mull, Prepaki on reeipt. of )ric'* -C. N. CRIVrITON, Prorj'r, 7 Sixth A w-nie, N.N. IftevolTer and Cartridiges for 8.3. A fine niekel Tnted, sevenl thot, )ocket, re volver ; a firt-cmass article. Sent, . o. )., or on receipt or price. 0. W .I.. P. o. Box 2,718, New York. 'N. V. BURN[A X'S - 1874" Water-Wheel IR deciared the "TAN)ART) i111TINl. E," by '0ver 650 peMonm Who is it. P1rives re(duce4i New Pankilifildt, tree. N. F. BUaNIIA.M, York, 1a.I LADIES8210gaut Tu. Itation R one Corni Met, Broastpin and Pendant Drops, Sent tPfttpaid to any reador of this Paper for 25 cents. Throo Sett for 00 cOnt. In Cur rency or Stnanps. TRIVI&G Wiflh a 'Cold is Always Dangerous. USE IV ELY'T S' Carbolic Table4s, n Hure renedy for CoughM, and all J)iS cases of ...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 23 August 1877

WINNSBORO. S. C. Thursday, August 23, 1877. R. MEANS DAVIS, Editor, JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Assooiato Editor. DEMOCRATIC TICK'ET. FOR CLERK OF COURT, W. H. KER. IPOR 'COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, It. E. ELLISON, St., JOHN A. HINNANT, CORNELIUS R. MEANS. The conference of teachers and oducationists in Columbia, upon the snbjeet of the common school sys tom of the State, will doubtless ' ae coinplish much good. The present system as a whole is an ahnirablo one, but it may be modified in many particulars, so as better to meet the peculiar wants of our people. The experience and learning of thos whomn Superintendent Thompson has called in council give assurince that their deliberations will attend -.with the most beneficial results. The Election Ordered. . It will be soon that the election >for Clerk of Court and for County Commissioners for this county will take place on Tuosdav, September 4. It now behooves the Democracy of Fairfield to marshal their strength, make their organization 'stronger ...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 23 August 1877

RAILHOAI? Sen9DUIuc:.-The follow ingiare' tho'hours at -which the 'trains -on At0he 'C. 'C. and .A. 11. -R. .pass 'Winnsboro:: REGULA -PAssEui---XI01m. IFor'Charlotto, 1.25, A. 11. For -Augusta, 11.07, r. -r. AccoMoAIOn l72o1T---DAY. For'Columbia, 7.36, r. st. For Charlotte. .1.0.45, A. Ir jKeW Advortoalonts. New Goods--'Connor & Chandler. Election Notice-IR. M. Sis, 'Secretary of State. .Notice to Creditors-.O. R. 'Thompson, Judge of Probate. 'Knights of 'Honor-E. S. Chand Jor, Reporter. Mr. Mercer Brown, traveling agent of.the 41,, was in town yest Urday. WO .vary from our rule, and take pleasuro In 'pitblishing tho -with drawdl 'of the "Citizens' Tidket," -without the .publication of -names. We are tt lihefy to say, howeve, that the-withdrawal is by authority and in entire good faith. We publish in this issue a portion of the essay delivered by Gen. Juo. Bratton before tho agricultural con vention at Anderson, on the subject -of "Live Stock," and will put out tthe remainder i...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 23 August 1877

TRI-WEERLY EDITION. TERMS OV SUBSCIRIPTION. irri-Woekly One Year. A-- - -- $1.0( * 1 Six-monthm. -2.0( " " Thro months. - - - 1.0( 1tArEs OF ADVERTISING. 'One iqt-re one insiertion $1.00. Foi StAch subsequdnt insertion 50e. Obitua ries ald 'rributes of Respect charged foi xs aivertisoments. Liboral discount made (f or contract atvertiseiments. -0 Dll! Heads, Letter Heads, Envelopes Posters, Cartis, Invitationk, Tick0!s, &c. ne:tly executed at this oflice,-'CIIEA Slightly Fanhiftar With Walos. Those who remember how Major Tom Ochiltree was appointAed United 4States Marshal for the %tato of "'exas-perAna4ing President Grant that he, Major Torn, was seriously injured in the defense of the Presi dent's gooA name against a crowd of Texas rnflianfs-will not be prejudiced against the trath of this other story anent him as told by a New Mexico newspaper: "On one occasion he was in England, a guest )f a nobleman who had come in ,contact with him during a visit to this country, and who ha...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 25 August 1877

TlI-WEEKLY EDITION,] - S. C., AUR)Ay MORN[NG, AUGU ST 25, 187V 25, 187 NO 4 NEW ADYERTISEMENTS 25 4ANPY PADS all now styles.with nami, 10cta post paid. J. It. Ilusmi, Nassawt 5Its Coui%,y, New York. Glenlos Sul phrll. Soap (liorougily erem diseases of the skin. 25c. per enke; box (a eakes 70.) 8ent by mail, PrepaId lon receipt (of price. c. N. cKixygm"y, Prop'r, 7 Sixth Avonue, N.Y. Revolver and Cartridres for , A tine nickel plated, seven shot, pocket, r volver ; a flrst-ol s article. Sent C. 0. D., or on receipt or )riev. M. W. Wi1,as. P. 0. Box .$,718, New York. N. F BURNIAB'S "1874" Water-Wheal -1s declared the "STANDAUD 11THRBINE," by over 650 persons who use it. Prices reduced NQN pamphlet, free. N. F. BJUNHAM, York, Pa. LADIESlogant lot, itation Rone corai 8ets Droetpil ana cudant Drop, Sent RtPaidtoanyroa-lor ona P4.por for 23 3. Three0 Cote fCr D0 Cents. In Cur rency or Stamps. 0 on .L e l i t___ DINOow. Yorx. TRIFLING With a Cold is Always Dangerous. US H IWELLS' Carbot-le...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 25 August 1877

WINNSBORO. S. C. aturdoly, AugUA 25, a 1877, I. MRANS DAVI8, Editor, 4.NO. -8. RRYNO.DS, Asoociato Editor, DEMOGRATIC TUIKET, .-- V O4 OLAR OF COUR T, W. KI IMB& Io oarNry oMMissIOsER., 3. . ELLISON, 8R., 101N A. ]IMNANT, C0NELMS L. MiANS 'The withdrawal of the "Citizens' 'Ticket" by its originators ehould Iot have the effect of lValing the Democracy into inaction. Thore is 'o telling whet the Radicals are going to do. They had organized in mot of the townships some time back, and we are informed that that organization is still intact,. We must meet organization with superior organization. We must overcome the Radical party in this county. The idea of defeat should never enter any Democrat's mind. We must go on, with a dotermuina tion to win. And we must not stop till we have fought the fight and won the victory. Official Circular. General Bratton has issued the following circular tp the township i clubs: FARMINoTON, August 22, 1877. Mr. President of Demo cratic Club Township No...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 25 August 1877

RAILHOAD SOH EDULKs.,-The follow ing aro the hours qt yliich the trains on the C. C. and A. R. i. pass Winnboro: REoULAR PASS)NoEn-Nin-r. For Charlotte, 1.25, A. M. V4or Augusta, ' U1.07, P. m. AcgomIIjODATQ-? iEorT-DAY. For Columbia, 7.36, P. M. Vor Charlotte. 10.45, A. 5 ORlTIouS Notices. Af0thodist Church-Rov. 4. C. Walkor, 11, A. br., and 8j 1>. M. Assocjate Roformed Church-. Rev. J. M. Todd, 11 A. -m., and 81 P'. M. Presbyterian Church-Rov. C. E. Chichester, 11 A. M., and 81 1'. M. Sabbath School 41 P. '%. Prayer ANeoting, Wednesday, 54 r. hi. Epiop4l Church-- 4ev.. J. Obcar, services ov.ory Sunday oxept the 211(1 Sunday of the loy41; at 11 o'clock *. l. New Aftertipements. Blythewood Female Sominary RevA.. W. Lamar. Locals are Oxtremely scarce almost as scarco as greonbacks. We stand specially i.n no%j of the latter. We visited Ridgeway on Thursday evening, and we fIind that portion o& the county thoroughly ar0tsed, and enthusia.stic in support of the 09 -a-c -em There ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 25 August 1877

TRI-WEERLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPMION. Tri-Wookly One Year. - - - $4.00 " i-months. - - - - 2,00 " " Thre Months. - - - 1.00 RATES OF ADVERTISING. Ono square one insortion $1.00. For eaoh subsequent injortion 504. Obttua ri9 and Tributes of Ro8pot oharged for as advortisononts. Liboral discount niade t or contraut advertismentH. -o - JOB WORK. l1ll Heads, Letfr Hoads, Envelopen Postorn, Cards, Invitations, TioketH, &c. neatly executed at thi8 offlce,-CIIEAP YOR CAS1. Contnuo d from first pogo. the scant supply of wrotched star vo lings of live stock that, everywhere moot the oyo. It is equally obvious that we are now wasting strength and energy and material in the futilo effort to improve our condition by the impracticable method of apply ing the principle, "food the crops," to market cro 1s alone. Tihe same old methods tiat wore used and ad mirably adapted to the purpotso when the great object was the ox, traction from land of capital for the growth dovelopoment and uses of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 28 August 1877

TRI-WEEKLY E DITION.] WYNNSIuORO, S. C., TUESIDAY MORN[NG, AUGT 28, 1377 NEW A 1)E0ll1T 1EMENT11S 8 'ANC' VAlIt all lewI ;t..i les witth 1n me1 1008s post-.pId.,I. .1. 1".JI'SM-A), Nil-sal 251Wit CtitIty, Nmw York. (Itseases of IIe sIin. 2>5. per I:I- hP\ ' e .s 70C.) Sent by n11ll, PrrIIIIlI on IcVit 01 IrOe. C. N. ClIt'rN.TON, 1'rop'r, 7 SIN0 AVeCM, N.Y. Revolver and Cartridires for$3,1 A til nicel plateil, seven shot., pocket. r Volver 1 1 1sto-C ati le. Smtl C. 0. )., or on receipt, or price. U. W. WiI.i.s. P. 0. tox 2,7 18, New York. N. F. BUfA NIAM'S "1874" Water-Wheel lt iseclareil 1ii, "STANDARl TVilIINEF." by Over 60' persolI4 Wito lso it. Prices eti-ilw(A New Inphlet, free. N. 1. BUaNiMAM, York, 1%. LADIE1Eogant Im, itation Hose Corni S ', Droactpln and r I rondant Drcps, Cent rostpaid to an- roador of this Paper'for 20 Citt:. Throo Gets for 50 COntS. III Cur rency or 8tam1 > 1)4. L. As TH M AJN, Otnhe,fw O:k. Wi,La Cold is Alwas D nuigerous. USE WELLS' Carbolic Tabl...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 28 August 1877

~I le rn~ 'w d J lid WINNSBORO, S. 0. nesday, August 28, - -1877.. S. MEANS DAVIS, hditor, ,JNO. B.'REYNOLDS, Associate Editor. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR CLERK OF COURT, W. H. KERR. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, ,' E, ILLISON, Se JOHN A. HINNANT, T0 MNELUS n. MEANS. HAiES WILL visit OhiO in a week 'or so. .Chis is-a -noat way of elecI, tioneoritig. But tIro Republican ox must bt dragl;od out-of the pit. O.rvat P. MtwroNis vory ill from the effecte .of -n stroke-of paralysis, and atest advice3 idieate tfat -he may not recover. Morton should (ie. Heav6n is a -much befter plaeO for him than the United States -Senate, ,just now. -"The Goeiernor's Guard prpose to give a hop at the *Opera House in September. This will afford Means Davis a long-,covted oppor tunity to remark in the Winnsboro NEws that the heavy armed Greek soldiers, the finest in the workh. were thomselves -known in their generation i as 'hoplites.' "-[-C. .ie dinley in News and Courier.] ,Et tu Brute! SITTING 1ULL huts esconced him ...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 28 August 1877

RAILHOAD SCV.EDULEF.-TIJO follOw ing are the hours at which the trains on the C. C. and A. It. Rl. pass Winnsboro: REOULAU PASSENoER--NIOir. For Charlotte, 1.25, 1. . JFor Augusta, 11.07, P. b. Accom5oDATION FROHT-DAY. For Columbia, 7.36, P. r. For Charlotte, 10.45, A. %t New Advertisements. Notice of Grange Mfeeting. There has boon considerable work done on the streets lately, and their -condition is much improved. The fall session of Mount Zion Institute oponod on Monday. It is hoped that the institution will be nore prosperous than over. We are requested to state that the match game of base ball between the nine from Columbia and the Nameless nine of this place will commence at half-past three o'clock, sharp. The time for taxpayers to make their returns to the county auditor ).expires on the 31st inst. After that time, the auditor is required by law to take the returns of the delin quent taxpayer for last year as the returns for this year-adding a pol alty of fifty per cent. This...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 28 August 1877

Zoh rels 11d 43e rald TRI-WEEKLY EDITION. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. L'ri-Weekly Ono Year. - - - - $4.00 " Six-months. - - -- -- 2.00 " " Threu mouths..--.-- 1.Ou tATES o! AmDERTunNO. One square one insertion $1.00. 'or oach subleuent inHertiolt 504. Obitua rios and Tributes of Respcet charged for as adyrtiHeients. Liboral discount m1ade ' or contract advertisements. --o JOB WORK. Bill Heads, Letter Hfeads, Envelopes i)osters, Cards, Invitation1s, ''iokets, &e. lcatly exesnted nt this oflice,-CHEAP 'OR CASH. NEWS OF THE DAY. Mr. Cavill Bwam across the Eng lish Channel list week in twelve hours. The experiment of steam has beon successfully tried on one of the city railroads in Brooklyn. Moody thinks that lie Will -preaci in small New England towiH rather than in large Western citins. New York will enjoy 'the distine tion of having a colored cadet at West Point. Where is Boston, With all her lovo for the man and brof,her-. Two teams of Indims bavo como du wh from Canada -to Newport, ...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 1 September 1877

ML-.W E B KLY E'DITION,] WINNSBORO, s. c., stvr'URDAY M~ORNING, 81i,PTEAtBER 1. 1877 NEW AYE ISEMENTS 5 FANCY CARDOS all new Styl0 Witil ITRI110, 10ct p81, P,al. J. B. IUSDID, Nassau Itents County, Now York. 6 84111 1011'r S0ap thorougrhly cures disealses of tho skin. 25C. per eake; box (B cakes 'Oc.) Sent by mall, Prepai on reevipt of prico. C. N. CHII'ENI'TN, Prop'r, 7 Sixt% Avenue, N.Y. Revolver and Cartridires for 43, A fine nickel plated, seven shot, pocket re volvor ; arst-c ass article. Sent C. 0. Di., or Ol recHeItI Or pIc. G. W. WILLIS. P. 0. Ilox 2,718, New York. N. F. BURENHAM'S "1874" Water-Wheel Is declared thp "STANDARDI) TU'RBINSE." by over 151) lp,ilns whio u1se it. PIrtes redtie-d New pamphlI, free. N. F. BUaMNnM, York, Pa LADI Elogant JM, Itationullame Curni Met, Broastpin and rostpaid to any roader f this Paper for 2 cnts. Throp sos for 80 conts. Tn Cur rency or Stamps. 1 4 iiii__ - -I - .I~ li'naco. ow ork. TIIFLING Nith a Cold is Always Dangerous. USE WELLS' Car...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 1 September 1877

fflnu miad 4erald WINNSBORO, S. C. Saturday, September 1. 1877. R. MEANS DAVIS, Editor, JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Assbciate Edtor. DEMOCRATIAC KET. 'FOR CLERK bF COURT, W. H. KEhn. FoR cbUrNTY 0OMM[ibNERI, .I' E. LLiSON, SP., J.1 A. HINNANT, CORNELIUS -R. MEANS. GovER,io HAMPTON iS in Philadel iphia with eleven 6thbr governors. He has also conisented to deliver an address at a fair to 'be held in Winnobago cointy, I1lindi". CoL,oNEL IqoIsE has gone ^to Dar lington to look after the negro fmilitia cbmpahy that tried -to rescue a prisoner fror the'shoriff last WoDok. "Kick 'em out of the army." MR. S-roNE, crstwhilo littonoy ;general of the State, and a member of the notorious canvassing board, and more ro'cently 'UhitWA States -district attorney, has soon fit to resign. Whether the investigations 'of the Legislative Committob ox orcised any influenco in determining "this move, has not boon stp.tod. IT IF ]RUMORED that the North will oudoavor to divido the South - in 1880 by running Bon Hill ...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 1 September 1877

RAILlROAD SCHEDULE.-The follow ing are the hours at which the trains on the C. C. and A. R. R. pass Winnsboro: REoULAR PASSENOEn-NIoIIT. For Charlotto, 1.25, A. M. For Augusta, 11.07, r. u. AocoMMODATION FIREIGHT-DAY. For Columbia, 7.36, r. r. For Charlotte. 10.45, A. M Helipious Notices. Baptist Church--Rov. T. W. ATollichamp, 11 o'clock, A. M. Associate Reformed Church Rev. J. M. Todd, 11 A, At., and 8 r. M, Presbyterian Church-Rev. C. E. Chichester, 11 A. M., and 8 r. m. Sabbath School 4J r. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 5; r. r. Episcopal Church--Rev. J. Obear, services every Sunday ex-,pt the 2nd Sunday of the month: at 11 'clockE A, bj. New Advertisements. Now Goods-,R. L. D,1nnonb3 rg Notice-I. N. Withers, County Auditor. Gordon Light Infantry-R. M. Huoy, Secretary. PERsON.\L.-Col. Richard C. Watt, of Laurens, aido-do-camp to Gov,. ernor Hampton, paid a visit to Winnsboro on Thursday. A large rattle-snako was killed on the plantation of Dr. S,. W. Book hart, near Blythewood, ...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 1 September 1877

TRI-WEERLY EDITION. TEl18 OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tri-Wockly One Year. - - - - 1.0 " " Six-inouths, -2.0 S 46 ThreQ nonths. - - - 1.0( RATES OF ADVERTISING. Ono squaro one insortion $1.00. For each subsequent insortion 604. Obitua rios anrl Tributes of Respect charged for as advortis-mi-its. Liboral discount mado f or contraot advortimomonts. - 0 JOB WORK. Bill IleRds, Letter Heoadq, Envelopes Posters, Cards, Invitations, Tickets, &c. fieatly executod at this oflice,---CIEAP P01 CASH. Continued frOm first page. bf June, thoro will be discovered the first broods which have been hatched; amountifig to millions in some places, industriously engaged in the daily destruction of fourteen times their number. Col. Paul Felder, of Orangeburg, testifies that 1,200 pbrch; as broad as two lingers, and about tbre inches in length, *,oro debtroyed by eleven trout in three months. Is it to b0 wondered at that fish ponds have not given 1atisfaction? It is not rather re markable that they have yielded ...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 4 September 1877

______r WeWS TFRI-WEHliLY EDITION.] WINNSBOROj S, C., TUES$DAY AIoltXL[NG,,c3EPTEATBERn 4, 1877 irr1 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS P Os iMagnlficent,bran now $650, rose wood Pianos only $176 must be sold. Fine rosewooa upright PIlanos little used cost $800, only $125. Parlor Organs 9 stops 645, 9 Stops $65, 12 stoDs only $5. Nearly now 4 set reed 19 s Sub ass and Coupler Organ $55, cost over 50. Lowest prices ever offered. Sent on 15 days est trial. You ask, why I offer so cheap? I an4wer hard times. 1000 employees must have work. Result of war commenced on me by the monopolists. Battle raginF. Particulars free. Address DANIRLi F. BEA'V1 Y,W4shington.Ne%w Jersey. ELLOANT CAnDS, no two alike, with name, lOcts post paid. J. 11. IlUSTEp, Napsa, Rens County, New York. ROANOKE COLLEGE, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Next session begins September 5, 1s7. Col legiate, elective and preparatory courses. Un surpassed location. Mountain ellmate. Moral community. Five churches in town. M%oderpte VX1'enses : from $160 t...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 4 September 1877

WINNSBORO, S. C. Tuesday, September 4,: 1877. R. MEANS DAVIS, Editor, JNO. S. REYNOLDS, Associate Edito. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. XO.R CLERK OF COURT, W. H. KERE. FOR COU'NTY COMMISSIONERS, t. E. ELLISON, S., JOHN A, HINNANT, 0ONELIUS R. MEANS. JAMES GORDON BENNETT i s report-. ed to be engaged to a French countess. KERSIHAW COUNTY has redoemed herself from Radicalism. Fairfiold will ocho back the paeans of victory. THE PEOPLE Of Virginia are going to vote en. masse for Holliday ; thus dispelling the ancient belief that 'Ole Virginny nobber tires." The extra term in Richland was hold merely in order that the grand jury might pass upon the indictments preferrod against the Radical thieves. Requisitions will be mado for those absent from the State, and they will 1 e tried at the next terni. TiHE PilLnDFru1A 7Ties thinks, "What is really needed in this contry is a political platform that will guarantee the farmer a tre mendous price for his flour, and also assure the workingman that he shall...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The news and herald. — 4 September 1877

RAILOAD SPHEnUIEs.---Tho follow Ang are the hours at which the trains on the C. C. and . t. R. pass Winnsboro i REGULARi PAsqENqEn-NIQIIT. For Charlotte, 1.25, A. %I. For Augusta, 11.07, 11. U. AOCOMQDATION FIixioijW-DAY. For Columbia, 7.36, p, ar. For Charlotte. 10,45, A. U New Advertisements. Notice - R. L. Dannenberg, Every mnan should do his whplo duty to day. Judge Kershaw passod through Winnsboro Saturday on his way to hold aourt in Yorkville. Ho is look.. ing well, There was a imatch game of base ball yesterday botwoon Jaolson's Creek and Winnsboro. We have not yet learned the result, The Southemn Cultivator for Sop tenmbor hat been received, and is full of readling njatter, This maga-I zine is one Of very long standing--i a circumstance strongly indicative, in these hard tiines, of iti great ex collence, AN ESCAPE.-On Satuaday last, Trial Justice Elkin had beforo hin) Jim Crump, a somewhat nvtorious character, on the charge of burg. glary. The evidence against him being sufl...

Publication Title: News And Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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